Tricia Bullman has been volunteering with Meals on Wheels for over 13 years. “My father also delivered meals and I am much like him, so he was and is my example of giving of my time to others. My favorite part is the delight and smiles on the faces of those who come to the door, and the friendships that develop. Three cheers for Meals on Wheels!”

And three cheers for you Tricia! Thanks for donating your precious time.

We are so grateful to Tricia and all of our volunteers, for donating their time to improve the lives of our clients. Make your impact through one of our many volunteer opportunities.

Meals on Wheels

      • Donate your lunch break to help others!
      • Delivery routes available to meet your schedule!  Routes available Monday through Friday at one of our five distribution locations – Alpharetta, Crabapple, Milton, Roswell and Sandy Springs
      • Volunteers deliver meals to 5-12 households, between the hours of 11AM – 1PM.  Each route takes 1-2 hours.  Volunteers will have the same route each time so they truly become a friendly and familiar face to our clients!
      • Drivers must be over the age of eighteen with a valid driver’s license
      • Minimum commitment of six months of service

Meals on Wheels for Pets

      • Volunteers deliver pet food to 4-5 households from our corporate office in Alpharetta
      • Routes available in Alpharetta, Crabapple, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell and Sandy Springs
      • Each route takes 2 hours and is delivered once a month
      • Volunteers may also be needed for product pick up from the Humane Society and specialty pet food shops
      • Too busy to commit to a regular route? Volunteers are also needed as substitutes on an as-needed basis

Pantry To You

      • This wonderful partnership with North Fulton Community Charities’ Food Pantry allows us to further serve the needs of our clients who are unable to drive themselves to the food pantry
      • Volunteers deliver essential grocery items to home-bound seniors on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month
      • Orders are prepacked and ready for pick-up from the NFCC Food Pantry in Roswell
      • Each route includes 2-3 deliveries and takes about 1 hour
      • While at the client’s home, volunteers visit briefly and take the order for the next delivery

Friendly Visitor Program

      • Volunteers are paired with older adults in need of companionship. For seniors who do not have family nearby, this truly becomes a special relationship that makes a dramatic difference in their lives
      • Most volunteers visit once or twice a month for an hour or two, and can be scheduled at your convenience
      • Friendly Visitors might occasionally take seniors to doctor appointments, do yard work, help with easy tasks, or simply just sit and visit

Senior Center Volunteers

      • Volunteers are utilized Monday through Friday in our Senior Centers located in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Milton, Roswell and Sandy Springs
      • Volunteers can enrich the Senior Center experience by sharing time, talent and life experience. Center managers welcome office assistance, lunch support, and help leading special interest classes such as exercise, art, dance, crafts, card games, music, etc….

Office and Staff Support

      • We welcome office work and phone assistance volunteers, special event committee members and others to support our staff toward fulfilling our mission. We’d love to have you help us at our corporate office!

Group or Corporate Volunteers 

      • Groups and companies may volunteer for a day of service for a senior, host a party or volunteer at our senior centers, sponsor a special needs drive, or sponsor one of our annual fundraisers.

If you’re interested in joining our incredible team of Senior Services North Fulton Volunteers, download and fill out the following forms to get started. Forms can be mailed to our office: 11381 Southbridge Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30022, or emailed to – mwilliams@ssnorthfulton.org

Call our office for more information on volunteer opportunities.
(770) 993-1906 Ext. 230